Our Team

All Caloundra campus staff are passionate about supporting students to successfully complete their secondary schooling, and enjoy presenting a diverse and inclusive range of extra-curricular activities.

More classic school activities such as Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics Carnivals are also offered, as well as Leadership and Whole School Camps. Houses are named after local fauna, and students are encouraged to participate in all activities and events at their own level.

With two buses running each day, and dedicated Youth Workers who have extensive awareness of, and connection to local support services, Kairos Caloundra is able to provide practical assistance to students and their families.

Nigel Riseley

Deputy Head of Campus

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Quinn Witika

Senior Youth Worker and Cert II in Volunteering Trainer

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Kristy Anderson

Hospitality Trainer and Teacher Aide

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Katy Devers

Administration Officer

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Darren Freeman

Diverse Learning and Pathways Co-ordinator

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Tanya Paton

Finance and Administration Officer

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For the second year in a row, Kairos Caloundra has been awarded Fisher Education Provider of the Year Award by Andrew Wallace – LNP Federal Member for Fisher.

Now in their sixth year, the Fisher Community Awards are one of the Sunshine Coast’s most prestigious community awards programs, highlighting volunteers and achievers across the Sunshine Coast who make a difference in education, the environment, business and the community, and we are incredibly honoured to be recognised for the work we do here, and the positive impact we have in our wider community.

For reference, the Fisher electorate encompasses the towns and areas of Caloundra, Kawana, Mooloolaba, Sippy Downs, Palmwoods, Landsborough, Beerwah, Glasshouse Mountains, Mooloolah, Maleny, Montville, Peachester, Curramore, Woodford, Conondale and Kilcoy. This huge area holds so many worthy schools, colleges, early learning centres, TAFE campuses, RTOs, and more, so to win this category twice is a wonderful acknowledgement.

We are proud of this recognition, and would like to thank everybody in our school community for contributing to this achievement.

Latest News from Caloundra

The sun shone brightly on educator Matt Slee's last day with us today, and we celebrated with plenty of fun and laughter!Whilst we are all very sad to see such a warm, talented and always helpful staff member leave us, we wish him well as he starts his new career as a firefighter… the perfect 'helping' occupation for him! 👨‍🚒Matt has been an integral part of Kairos Caloundra since January 2021, and not a day has gone by without him contributing to the education and personal growth of our students, and also our educators. He is a champion triathlete, a humble leader in our annual Kokoda challenges, an incredible support in the classroom in every subject, and plays a mean game of handball. This afternoon's activity was the ideal way to farewell someone so passionate about getting out and exercising in nature, with a whole-school trip to Happy Valley to play volleyball and have plenty of laughs together.Matt, Matty, Hew… we will all miss you, and everyone wishes you the very best in your next chapter! We look forward to you visiting for Tribal Lunch when you are able, and of course will see you at our End of Year Celebration. We invite you to share your best wishes for Matt and favourite memories in the comments below. See MoreSee Less
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We'd like to send a huge congratulations to Kairos educator Jake on his marriage to beautiful Erin over the recent school holidays! 💘We know so many of our young people are excited to see some photos, and Jake has promised to share some from their special day as soon as they receive them from their photographer. We all wish Jake and Erin the very best, and a long and happy life together!(Credit for this lovely engagement photo to Mandy – Villacorte Studios) See MoreSee Less
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Can you help us fundraise for our Class of 2025 Senior Jerseys?On Saturday 27 July, we are hosting a good old Bunnings Sausage Sizzle at Bunnings Caloundra, fundraising to subsidise the cost of our Class of 2025 Senior Jerseys! This is always a fun way to contribute to our school's fundraising, with plenty of snags and drinks sold.Many hands make light work, and we would love some volunteers to help. There are two shift options (7.30am-11.45am and 11.15am-3.30pm), and all you will need to do is rock up, pop on an apron, and get stuck in. If you can't quite make a full shift, but still want to help, please get in touch!Please email Sully at luke@kairos.qld.edu.au, or phone 5301 9394 as soon as possible if you are able to give some of your time – Kairos young people, parents, carers, guardians and the greater community all welcome!Thanks in advance, and if you are unable to help out on the day, we’d love you to still pop by Bunnings Caloundra and buy a sausage or two to support our fundraising efforts. See MoreSee Less
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We hope everyone has had a safe and rejuvenating break, and we are excited to welcome our students back to kick off an exciting Term 3 on Tuesday 9 July! See MoreSee Less
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Our much anticipated Term 3 Mentor Groups are kicking off in week 2, and there’s something for everyone to participate in this term! Check out what our amazing educators are offering… See MoreSee Less
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2-14 Lewis St, Caloundra QLD 4551

Phone: (07) 5301 9394

Email: caladmin@kairos.qld.edu.au

Postal: PO Box 869 Caloundra QLD 4551

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